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Proposed forum restructure and layout changes

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Proposed forum restructure and layout changes

#1 Post by KYPREO » Tue Jun 14, 2016 11:37 am

Dear users

Most of you probably don't check out the Site Discussion forum often, but I have put up an important post regarding proposed changes to the layout and structure of the forum.

Check it out here:;

Please take a comment to check it out, vote for what you like/dislike and have your say.


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